Santa Cruz County Averts Strike With 1,600 County WorkersA strike involving more than 1,600 essential Santa Cruz County workers was averted late Monday evening, union officials said.
Google Ordered To Turn Over Documents Related To Anti-Union Efforts In NLRB CaseA judge has ordered Google to turn over hundreds of internal documents — many related to its efforts to quash an employee union — as part of a National Labor Relations Board case over the tech giant's firing of former employees.
Mt. Diablo Unified Negotiations With Teachers Reach Impasse, State Mediation RequestedState mediators are getting involved in negotiations between Mt. Diablo Unified School District and its teachers' union, which this week filed an impasse declaration, saying the district's bargaining team has failed to present a reasonable proposal.
Thousands Of University Of California Lecturers Plan To Go On 2-Day Strike Starting WednesdayThe union representing University of California lecturers is planning a two-day systemwide strike starting Wednesday.
Healthcare Workers In California, Oregon Vote To Strike Against Kaiser PermanenteAcross California and Oregon, more than 24,000 nurses and other healthcare workers at Kaiser Permanente overwhelmingly authorized a strike this weekend over pay and working conditions made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.
East Bay Regional Park District Reaches Deal With Workers, Avert StrikeThe East Bay Regional Park District and the labor union representing its workers celebrated a tentative labor agreement Tuesday, preventing a planned strike during Labor Day weekend.
Rangers, Lifeguards Among East Bay Regional Park District Workers To Hold Strike VotePark rangers, lifeguards, and educators among other East Bay Regional Park District workers will decide this coming weekend whether to strike.
University of California Lecturers Unanimously Authorize Potential StrikeLecturers at the University of California have unanimously authorized a potential strike, more than a year after their contract expired.
Longtime President Of California's Largest State Worker Union Ousted In Low-Turnout ElectionThe president of California's largest state employee union has been ousted from the post she held for 13 years and replaced by a candidate who promises to end the organization's political involvement while bolstering its membership.
National Labor Relations Board Orders Tesla CEO Elon Musk To Delete Anti-Union Tweet, Rehire Union SupporterElon Musk's tweets have once again come under fire from federal regulators.
COVID: San Francisco Public Works Employees File Cal/OSHA Complaint Over Outbreak ConcernsLabor union officials representing San Francisco Department of Public Works employees said on Wednesday they're calling on the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health to investigate what they say are hazardous working conditions.
State Supreme Court Rejects Lawsuit Against Prop 22The California Supreme Court declined on Wednesday to move forward with a lawsuit brought by unions and delivery drivers against Proposition 22, which defined workers for ride-sharing and delivery apps as independent contractors.
Union Leaders Urge San Francisco Mayor Not to Layoff City WorkersUnion leaders and city workers Friday urged San Francisco Mayor London Breed not to lay off workers and make cuts to public service to balance a $1.5 billion shortfall in the city's budget.
Safeway, Union Reach Agreement On Protections For Workers During Coronavirus OutbreakThe United Food and Commercial Workers Local 5 union announced Monday an agreement with Safeway on a suite of new protections and rights for grocery store workers during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
UC Hastings College Workers Call Off Strike After Reaching AgreementMore than 100 hundred workers at the University of California Hastings College of the Law called off a strike.